The tasktroubleshooting element provides information designed to help users remedy the situation when a task does not complete as expected. In particular, this element can be used to explain how users can recover when the results of a task do not match those listed in the result element. The troubleshooting remedy typically contains one or more actions for solving a problem. For complex remedies, link to another task.
Tip: Do not use <note type="trouble"> inside of tasktroubleshooting because its meaning there would be ambiguous.
See appendix for information about this element in OASIS document type shells.
- topic/section task/tasktroubleshooting
<steps> <step><cmd>...</cmd></step> <!-- ... more steps ... --> </steps> <result> <p>The <uicontrol>User Type</uicontrol> menu updates to display the new types you added.</p> </result> <tasktroubleshooting> <p>If the User Type menu does not display the additions, try one or more of the following: <ul> <li>Refresh the page</li> <li>Verify that <wintitle>Add Types</wintitle> is not still open; if so, go to it and press <uicontrol>OK</uicontrol>.</li> </ul> </p> </tasktroubleshooting> <example> <p>For example, you could also do xyz.</p> </example> <postreq> <p>Once completed, you need to consider abc.</p> </postreq>
The following attributes are available on this element: Universal attribute group and outputclass.